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The Sportz Nutt Is Leaving…

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I’m leaving you all…………FOREVER!

Well, not really, I’m going on vacation for a week and a half, and I thought, before I go, I should, well, say goodbye.

Here goes.


Yup, I’ll be with the family for awhile, so, try not to miss me too much! Although some may say the website may be better off……I like to call those people ignorant, illiterate fools:)

To commemorate my farewell, I thought I’d look back at some of my favorite final games of some famous careers in my lifetime:

John Elway

336 yards, 1 TD throw, 1 TD run, Super Bowl MVP

What a way for one of the all-time greats to cap off a career. One year after “finally winning the big one”, Elway is back in the big game and dominates. Being MVP is truly a testament to how great a career he really had.

Kobe Bryant

60 points

Again, here we have one of the greatest in his sport, but this time, his skills had been dwindling over the years, with injuries and age. However, it was here where he turned back the clock and dominated the game like he had many times previous. What a glorious exit.

Mariano Rivera

1.1 IP, 0H, 0ER

The greatest relief pitcher ever, he shut the door like nobody else could. Look at his stats if you’re unfamiliar with how amazing he really was. This was a great exit altogether. Every Yankee knew how much he had helped, and how important he was to their past success.

Wayne Gretzky

It’s tough to put him here because of his final game, but I’m going to because he is the greatest ever and hockey is such a low scoring sport compared to the others. That said, there will never be anyone close to “The Great One” who had his number retired by all of the NHL to make sure it is never used again.

And so, I bid you all adieu…..but unlike those listed above, I will return and continue doing what I do best, for a long long time:)

And there you have it.